listen to the pronunciation of em
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
('em) Them kelimesinin kısaltılmış hali

Let 'em go.

(Askeri) elektromanyetik; icra idarecisi (electromagnetic; executive manager)
{i} katrat (baskı aralığı)
(isim) katrat (baskı aralığı)
M' harfi
(Askeri) acil durum sıhhi hizmetleri (emergency medical services)
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Soru sorma mânasında atıf edatıdır. İstifham elifi mânasına da gelir. "Yahut, belki, yoksa" kelimeleriyle tercüme edilebilir
ilaç, çare, deva
Yetenek anlamında yerel bir sözcük
İlaç, merhem
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dünkü gün
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A diminutive of the female given names Emily and Emma

Mind you, he never calls me anything back. Isn't that the way of it? What do men call their wives. 'Em...' Like every woman in the planet was christened Emily. 'Em...is that shirt clean?'.

The name of the Latin script letter M/m

The ems and ens at the beginnings and ends.

A unit of measurement equal to the height of the type in use
Shortening of the given name Emily
{i} (Physical Chemistry) emanation, symbol of gaseous product of radioactive separation (including radon, thoron and actinon)
A measurement of linear space used by typographers in which the unit is as wide and as high as the point size being set; twice the width of an en So named because the letter "m" in early fonts was usually cast on a square body
{s} pertaining to electromagnetism, pertaining to magnetism produced by electrical currents
The unit of measure in printing The standard is a pica M; and the width of a line is measured by the number of such M's that would stand side by side in the "stick " This dictionary is in double columns, each column equals 11 pica M's in width, and one M is allowed for the space between Some work is made up to 10 1/2, 20 1/2, etc , ems; and for the half-em printers employ the letter N, which is in width half a letter M As no letter is wider than the M, and all narrower letters are fractions of it, this letter forms a very convenient standard for printing purposes
{i} pica, unit of typographical measure equal to 1/6 of an inch; unit of measurement of print size equal to 12 points
The letter M
A linear unit equal to the point size of the font In a 10 point font, the em will be 10 points An em-space is white-space that is as wide as the point size An em-dash is a horizontal bar that is as wide as the point size An em-square is a square one em to each side In traditional typograph (when each letter was cast in metal) the glyph had to be drawn within the em-square
An em is a typographers unit of measurement that is proportioned to the width of a capital letter "M " It will vary from font to font and will also vary with the point size of the font
In composition, a unit of measurement exactly as wide and high as the point size being set So named because the letter “M” in early fonts was usually cast on a square body
The portion of a line formerly occupied by the letter m, then a square type, used as a unit by which to measure the amount of printed matter on a page; the square of the body of a type
Emphasis This virtual character formatting element indicates text that should be emphasized
A font-relative measure encoded by the font Before electronic typesetting, an em was the width of an `M' in the font In modern usage, an em is either specified by the designer of the font or is taken to be the height (point size) of the font Em's are typically used for font-relative horizontal sizes
A prefix
A unit of measurement used in typesetting, approximately the width of the letter "m"
n Trad a context-dependent unit of measure commonly used in typesetting, equal to the displayed width of of a letter "M" in the current font (The letter "M" is traditionally chosen because it is typically represented by the widest glyph in the font, and other characters' widths are typically fractions of an em In implementations providing non-Roman characters with wider characters than "M," it is permissible for another character to be the implementation-defined reference character for this measure, and for "M" to be only a fraction of an em wide ) In a fixed width font, a line with n characters is n ems wide; in a variable width font, n ems is the expected upper bound on the width of such a line
a linear unit (1/6 inch) used in printing the square of a body of any size of type
[in composition] a unit of measure exactly as wide and high as the point size being set, so named because the letter "M" in many early fonts was cast on a square body
Emergency Management Subsystem
An obsolete or colloquial contraction of the old form hem, them
a square unit with edges equal to the chosen point size, named from the letter M which was the widest letter
Element Manager
a linear unit (1/6 inch) used in printing
the square of a body of any size of type
A unit of length corresponding to the width of a font's capital M at whatever size it is displayed
Unit of space (width) equal to the point size of the type
A unit of type measurement, based on the "M" character
A unit of measurement equal to the current type size, e g , an em in 12-point type is equal to 12 points Originally derived from the width of the upper-case M
Em dash The square of the body size of any type, used a a unit of measure in some expanded or condensed faces, the em is also expanded or condensed form the square proportion A dash one em long Also called a long dash
a typological measurement, so called because it represents the width of the widest character in the alphabet In general use it is a synonym for pica em
A setwise relative unit of measurement equal to the current type size, e g , an em in 10-point type is equal to 10 points Originally derived from the width of the upper-case "M" character Less commonly, a pica em (12 points), is used as an absolute unit of measure (line length)
In typesetting, a fixed space equal to the square of the type size being used One em (or more) is often used as a standard of paragraph indent in text
A unit of measurement equaling 12 points or 4 5mm
emergency medical service: an organization, often part of a local government whose purpose is to provide emergency medical care to the public
express mail service: a type of international express mail services
Expanded Memory Specification
electronics manufacturing service: a type of original equipment manufacturer services (OEMs)
environmental management system
technique designed to create economic unity for the nations of the European Economic Community by adjusting exchange rates between currencies and linking them to one another
urgent medical treatment which includes basic life support and advanced cardiac life support
A river of northwest Germany flowing about 335 km (208 mi) to the North Sea at the Netherlands border
{i} river in northwestern Germany
1) Emergency Medical Service 2) Emergency Management Systems 3) Emergency Message Systems
Emergency Medical Services
Environmental Management System System designed to integrate management of environmental issues with the company´s other management functions
Energy Management System Computerized system to minimize the cost of operation while maintaining specified temperature and comfort parameters May include integration of HVAC, electrical, and lighting systems
Energy Management System
Element Management System A management system that provides functions at the element management layer
Ethyl methanesulfonate (methanesulfonic acid ethyl ester) A chemical mutagen
European Mobile System
n environmental management systems for corporations, the success of which requires strong management buy-in
European Monetary System Introduced in March 1979 to create monetary stability and closer economic co-operation in Europe The core of EMS is ERM
European Monetary Unit
(Enhanced Messaging Service) is an adaptation of the Short Message Service (SMS) that allows users to send and receive ring tones and operator logos, as well as combinations of simple media to and from EMS-compliant handsets Because EMS is based on SMS, it can use SMS Centers (SMSCs) the same way that SMS does EMS works on all Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) networks (widely used in Europe and increasingly available elsewhere) If a message is sent to a phone that is not EMS-capable, the recipient will still receive the text portion of the message top
Emergency Medical System: a government sanctioned system of people who are licensed to provided emergency medical care: EMTs, paramedics, nurses, doctors
Element Management System: A management system that provides functions at the element Management Layer
plural of em
See: European Monetary System
Emergency Medical Services Provides emergency medical care to a specific population A central communications system and transportation capabilities are essential to the service
Element Management System - The level of a network management system concerned with collecting network management information from, and setting parameters on the network elements Network elements consist of datacommunications and telecommunications equipment
Environmental Management Systems
(Expanded Memory Specification) A bank-switched memory management scheme developed by Intel, Lotus, and Microsoft that allows MS-DOS applications (normally limited to 640K of memory) to access vast quantities of memory The first widely accepted version of the EMS specification, Version 3 2, supported up to 8MB of memory, and Version 4 0 increased the limit to 32MB Memory that conforms to this standard is often referred to as expanded memory EMS memory has been all but made obsolete by protected-mode operating systems such as Windows
(Environmental Management System)
European Monetary System
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
sop up
{f} sucking
soak up
{f} absorbed
{f} soaking up
medicine, remedy ilaç, deva, çare

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    quad, em quad, mutton, mut


    /ˈem/ /ˈɛm/


    [ 'em ] (noun.) 13th century. The typographic em is named after the metal type for the capital M in early printing, whose body was square (the printed letter M is almost never one em in width).

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